A few weeks ago, I was asked to help organize a virtual panel discussion with Horror authors for a literary society in Michigan. But there was a catch. They only had one author booked, could I fill the panel out for them as well.
Not only was I able to fill the panel, I am quite proud of the group I have assembled. The authors I have chosen for this FREE event, not only all appeal to a wide audience, but also, they all write a different type of horror. From poetry to cosmic, best-selling epics to speculative Noir, from dark fantasy to the world's Halloween expert, there is literally something here for every type of reader.
I am posting this 10 days in advance to give you time to sign up for yourself and promote to your patrons.
But the main reason I wanted to post this here on the general blog is to encourage you to show this panel discussion at your library as a program. Offer it for people to come in person AND through your virtual programming channels.
Tis the season when even the most timid readers want to dip their toe in Horror's scary waters, and I can promise you that this will be an event for ALL readers. You can offer it on a screen for them to participate and pull the titles by these authors and/or use my book to gather up a bunch of titles for them to browse after. We will talk for an hour and you can extend the program by having a discussion about what you heard us talk about and the Horror genre in general.
Please consider joining us for free on Monday, October 17th, at pm Eastern, live from a computer of your choice.
Here is the official info from the Book and Author Society And here is the direct Zoom registration link:
31 Days of Horror: Day 7-- Spine-Chilling Books Moderated by Me and It's Virtual, Free, and You Can Screen It For Your Patrons - A few weeks ago, I was asked to help organize a virtual panel discussion with Horror authors for a literary society in Michigan. But there was a catch. Th...
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